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Frozen and memory messed up

My insignia mp3 player is frozen on a green screen that says NAND file system fail Format file system, but when you plug it in to the computer it won't read that the mp3 player is there

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Try resetting it
if that fails try taking the battery out for a few seconds to clear the error out

still no luck consider it dead and buy new one

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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1) Hold the power button (slider) in the on position for about 15-20 seconds to force the player to turn off, if it's already on.

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